Years ago, I met a Japanese professor who eventually became my adviser during my one and a half year stay in Japan. CRICED, the institute he was working also develops mathematics software in elementary and secondary schools. Below are 5 of the math software that they have developed. 1.) Grapes – a graphing software that […]

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# Posts tagged with 'free math software'

## Explore Solids with Archimedean

Archimedean is great geometric tool I discovered recently via the Facebook page of GeoGebra. It is a tool for exploring polyhedral shapes. It is capable of transforming (e.g. truncating the solid’s corners or edges), and analyzing (e.g. showing the lines of symmetry or inscribed radius). Archimedean also allows the user to change the colors and […]

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## The Peanut Math Software Package

If you have enjoyed learning GeoGebra, Compass and Ruler, Geometer’s Sketchpad, and Wolfram Alpha, and other free math software, you might want to check out the Peanut Math Software package from Philip Exeter University. Some software included in the package also include games and puzzles. The package includes the following software: Wingeom – for high-precision geometric constructions […]

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